KING & COUNTRY just released their powerful video for their brand new song “Together (feat. Kirk Franklin & Tori Kelly)” which brings multiple ethnicities, nationalities, and styles to form one powerful voice and a message all of us need right now.
Filmed in quarantine in the artists’ homes during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, the new music video for “Together” contains video submissions sent in from thousands of fans that remind us that what unites us is ultimately so much stronger than what divides us. “In a time where this virus is not isolated to one people group or country or social class – it has become the great equalizer,” shares Joel and Luke Smallbone. “It is helping us all reconsider this beautiful concept that we all bleed the same blood. And if we are able to unite, and support — be a neighbor to someone, serve someone, reach out to someone – how might those acts of kindness change the scope of our futures, together?”
This Christmas, we invite you to take a nostalgic journey filled with heritage and heart. Set within the windows of our iconic Christmas displays, delight in a spirit that is as vivid and extraordinary as our 182-year history. #DJsChristmas
This year looks different—and so do our wish lists. Where once we just wished for things like toys and tech, we’re now wishing for happiness, understanding and kindness more than ever. And time spent together is the greatest gift of all. This year looks different because the world is different. So give with all your heart. Happy holidays from Kohl’s.
Hug this until you can hug me! Our heartwarming Christmas advert is here to share a little holiday cheer! This year’s particularly magical approach to a family Christmas is more relatable and touching than ever. We hope you enjoy, with love from The Pavilion. #ShareTheMagic#PavilionChristmasThe Pavillion
If ever there was a Christmas to look out for one another, this is the one ❤️ So, we’re delighted to share our Christmas ad which tells the story of how a simple act of homemaking becomes a beautiful act of kindness from one neighbour to another. #WereAllHomemakers
“Lou started the Food is Free laneway in Ballarat just over a year ago.
When Lou moved to a big property, she started growing far too many vegetables to use herself, “I was sharing them with neighbours and friends and ran out of people to give it to. I realised I should start sharing with the local community”.
Lou figured out that the easiest place to start her movement would be the laneway next to her house. She now gets anywhere from 20 to 100 visitors a day to her laneway, “It enabled me to know all of my neighbours now and made me feel much more connected to the community”. There are about four spaces in Ballarat now and also in Castlemaine, Bendigo, Gippsland and right across to Perth. “It’s not about food, it’s about connecting. People come and don’t even take food, they just come for the conversations. Gardening is so wonderful for mental health and wellbeing. It’s really become quite a little hub and it’s really lovely to see that.”[Australian of the Day]
He was willing to share his water bowl with Hummer
This little creature, this fragile creature
Look how far they’ve come
She even lets him steal a kiss
Buzzing around our camera
Perching atop our tripod
She will spread her wings
Her little wings have made a big impact
It’s just a miracle
The most amazing thing I’ve ever seen
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